Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Fisheries Division of the Ministry of Agriculture held consultations for the review of the Tuna Fisheries Management and Development Plan 2011 – 2015 on 28th May 2015. The consultations, which took place at the Fisheries Division in Apia, included Government Ministries, Non Governmental Organisations and stakeholders to review the performance of the current “Tuna Plan” […]

The Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Susuga Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, delivered the 2015/2016 Budget Address in Parliament yesterday, 26 May 2015.  The English and Samoan versions are copied below. 2015/16 BUDGET ADDRESS “Living within our means”   Mr. Speaker As required under Standing Order 124, it is with great pleasure that I present on […]

Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi officially opened the Apia Deep Sea Fishing Company Limited fish processing and packing plant yesterday at Matautu, Apia. The Apia Deep Sea Fishing company is a local branch of the Yuh Yow Fisheries Company Ltd from Taiwan. In his address, the Prime Minister said the opening of this facility is an […]

At the end of the Pacific Conference on Ending Violence Against Children, Judge Tafaoimalo Leilani Tuala-Warren says Samoa has a lot to be proud of in terms of the work being done to end violence against children. “I think we’re doing extremely well. “When you’re in your own environment, you wonder how you measure up […]

Politicians, policy-makers and advocates from the Pacific region have rallied behind the United Nations Child Fund’s call to end violence against children. This has been the overwhelming response on the first day of the UNICEF Ending Violence Against Children (EVAC) Conference held in Nadi from 18-20 May.

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